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good morning, everybody. 6:00a.m., tear gas, guns, and plenty of tension. 1 year ago, that was the scene in ferguson, missouri. it was the outrage when darren wilson shot an unarmed black teenager. a three-alarm fire ripping through two buildings in queens.
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details on injuries. good morning, everybody. a live picture from our camera in brooklyn over lower manhattan, and another gorgeous shot to cap off a gorgeous second half of the weekend. to me it was pretty much spectacular, and it's on repeat today. >> we are just lucky. >> you know what? thank you! >> thank you all for watching, that's all we have. >> nice, nice, nice. >> i'm toni yates in for michelle charlesworth. >> and i'm rob nelson. >> always glad to have you. >> it is. is this going to be like a 20 weekend? >> i think it may be a 19 weekend. it may be a 19. yesterday was a 10, and today may be a 9. a few more clouds are coming our way, and it all has to end. nothing scientific to make it
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that much worse. just high thin clouds, leftovers for yesterday, and 68 degrees right now in central park. looking at the numbers across the board it appears as though we could get back into the low to mid-80s again. a high of 82 degrees yesterday afternoon. 68% humidity. winds are calm right now, and cold spring is sat 53. look at -- is at 53. look all the 60s showing up. here's the accutrack and radar and satellite. planning this day, the temperatures are going to bopper 70s by noon and then low 80s expected through the afternoon, and accuweather's 85 with the sunshine getting us there. i will have more in a few minutes. see you then. >> amy, thank you very much. developing now, there's extensive damage at two homes in queens after a fast-moving
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fire, and 130 firefighters responded this morning. fire officials said the flames quickly spread to an adjoining house, and it took an hour and a half to get the fire under control. three people are being treated for minor injuries. today does park the 1 year anniversary of the death of michael brown, the unarmed black teenager killed by police officers in ferguson, missouri. several events are planned to mark his death. darla miles is live as preparations get underway for that city. >> reporter: there's a rally planned for noon today at the barclays center, and it's one of a number of events planned for today to remember mike brown, and his father, michael brown senior led a parade through ferguson on saturday. it was a parade that began on the street where his son was shot and killed by a former
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police officer, darren wilson. that was a peaceful gathering, but later in the evening, hundreds made their way to the police department. >> my son opened up doors for other families, you know, but the hurt and loss for me, i still lost. we all lost. >> reporter: rob as you just mentioned, remember last year mike brown's death sparked several weeks of rioting and there were fires and all kinds of clashes with police it sparked the don't shoot and black lives matter movement police against brutality. more at the barclays sent today, and yesterday michael brown sr. called for no drama and no stupidity. >> we hope that people will heed his words. >> reporter: the city of
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ferguson was hit extremely hard. months of protests and robberies took business the months to rebuild. a new barbecue joint is seeing customers, but many don't come out late at night in fear of violence, but the business owners say it's important to weather the storm. today's crowds will gather in manhattan to speak out, 1 year after michael brown's death, and the hands up, never forgive, never forget rally will be held today in union square, kicking off at 4:00, and organizers say protesters will show show their solidarity for michael brown and the people who took to the streets in the wake of his death. locally, thousands of newark residents took to the
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street for an antiviolence march yesterday. the mayor's office organized what they called occupy the city. marchers starting out from each of the five wards and came together in newark's historic downtown taking over broad and market streets. the fbi has been asked to investigate a deadly shooting in texas that killed a football player. christian taylor crashed his suv into a car dealership on friday. responding officers said taylor refused to surrender and tried to leave the scene. one of the officers opened fire shooting taylor. taylor had no weapons with him, and he died a short time after being shot. the officer is now on administrative leave. the health department is working around the clock to finish disinfecting all cooling towers in the bronx. >> the city says there's been no new cases of legionnaires'
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disease in 5 days, so they are calling it contained, but that's after 5 new sights tested positive for legionnaires'. the city had to go through an extensive effort to test all the buildings, and according to the mayor, it's never been done before, and it took a lot of work. >> we have used aviation, goggle earth, and a variety of methodologies. >> that's on the department of buildings. they should have records of what she building has. >> reporter: governor cuomo and a team of state health inspectors are going through the cooling towers, and it will test a week to test the samples they took. 108 people have contracted legionnaires' disease, and 10 have died. search and rescue crews
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have been looking for 32-year- old ian jones since yesterday morning. jones and his girlfriend's kayak capsized. the woman made it to shore, but jones is still missing. the sheriff's department said neither of them was wearing a life jacket. mayor de blasio and governor cuomo are participating in the dominican day parade that is happening today around noon on 6th avenue it will head up town from 32nd to 52nd street. thousands of people are expected to be out there helping to celebrate the dominican republic's innocence day. >> that's always a fun parade, a lot to see and do. >> beautiful weather, too. >> coming up on eyewitness news sunday morning, leaving death and devastation in its path. typhoons pounded taiwan with torrential rain, and it's been downgraded to a tropical storm.
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southeast china is getting slammed by a typhoon no. souldelor is slamming the area.
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a family of seven was saved after a mud slide buried the family in their car. we were talking about this yesterday, and it it seems it was as bad as expected. >> incredible, and there's still water and raining there. it's downgraded to tropical storm status, and it will have hurricane. absolutely, rain for a couple of days, and mud slides and trees down and all that. low to mid-80s, perfect, right? >> perfect. >> a repeat performance today in many ways, and our temperatures are going to be easy to take, and humidity is low, and temperatures should be a degree or two warmer, or we are hoping for that, and i
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think when we get the influence of the southerly weather, we will get that, and the heads up for the weather coming our way on tuesday.ful beautiful outside as the sun coming up. gorgeous with the empire state building down to one world trade. a few high thin clouds looking temperatures upper 60s, and winds are calm and pressure is holding steady. the accuweather climate change show us close to the averages. usually these are more extreme meaning we get the records, the record high or the record low, and we average them out over the long period of time. the normal is what we are going to stare down today, and mid- 80s are the forecasted high. a degree or two warmer in poughkeepsie, and islip at 65, and we have 70 for newark all right, and as the sun gets
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going it will warm up the atmosphere quickly. we are looking at the temperature profile through central park, and we hit the high temperature between noon and 3:00 p.m. today, and just after sunset, we slip right back into the0s, and today is at 85, and we get the next system storm and the rain does not arrive until late, and first up, we will have more humidity on monday afternoon, and the temperatures will be low 80s, and on the futurecast it will play out the timing of the showers. it will not be until late on monday night, say after midnight when the showers develop to the west, and the heavy rain and downpours into the early morning commute on tuesday, and through noon, we are looking at yellows, oranges, showing up on the futurecast meaning heavy rain is possible much of the day before the system clears out on
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tuesday at 11:00. northeast winds, and water temperatures mid-70s. sunshine and high clouds sound nice. cloudy. low 80s will take over on on tuesday. i don't think we get back out of the 70s with the heavy rain that is expected, overcast dreary conditions, and wednesday, clouds and sunshine 83, and we will slowly climb to the mid-80s, and next saturday we could be back near the 90- degree mark, and that's much more similar for august than the sticky 80s, but for now, enjoy it while you can. >> uh-uh. >> thank you, amy. >> can't wait. thank you. straight ahead on this
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sunday it's 6:18, welcome back. police have identified two robberies. joey cruz and his partner arranged meetings with women and then raped and robbed them. one of the attacks was in the south bronx in june, and two were in manhattan this week, and a third suspect was also arrested on friday. >> this morning we are seeing video of a mother from queens charged with the death of her infant shop. 21-year-old rashida chowdhury
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has been charged with second- degree murder. investigators believe the 20- day-old baby was simply thrown out of the fourth floor window. two parents will appear before a judge soon, accused of leaving their children in a car to go gambling. maria lona and segundo japa left their girls alone at the casino. we told you about this yesterday. the pair is charged with endangering the welfare of children. sad news this morning a dolphin seen in a river this weekend has died. the dolphin was first spotted in the south ridge in old bridge on wednesday. over the last few day, people gathered to watch the unusual site. experts for the marine mammal stranding center hoped it would swim into the ocean, and it did
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not make it. >> so far out of the natural happen tat, not shocking but still sad it didn't make it. >> you can see it so much over the rivers of new jersey. i wish they would come up with a way to lure them back to the ocean. we have seen it so many times. >> sad come to sesame place before little kids become big kids. and celebrate our 35th birthday with our new neighborhood birthday party parade. save $10 on admission and get a free 2nd visit at sesameplace.com sesame place. go before they grow.
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welcome back, everybody. it's 6:22. >> time for sports, and here's laura behnke. good morning, everyone.
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there's something about the mets these days, ever since their near debacle at the trade deadline. making october a likely reality, and they can't be perfect all the time, but syndergaard was on the mound in tampa. they start off the right note. that ball is gone, home run, 3- 0 after 1, but syndergaard didn't have his best stuff. the bottom of the inning, sizemore's 3-run shot, and granderson going to work for the second homer, it's all tied up. still in for the 4th, and evan longoria with what is an infield single, and the mets go quietly from there. the streak is over and the division lead now at 1.5, and it wasn't too long ago the yankees had the biggest lead in baseball, but since the trade sed line, things have changed
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quickly thanks to the blue jays making a charge with their 22- year playoff drought. trying to move in on cowboy hat day in the bronx. it was a pitcher's dual early. nova with the most pitches at 102, and he struck out 6, but he ran into trouble in the 6th. justin had never hit the home run until now. he allowed 7 hits in 3 scoreless innings, and treen toe going long . they took the rightful spot in canton last night for the hall of fame.
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last night was remembered by one player's four children including his daughter sydney for his kindness to all he knew. >> he would thank every team, teammate, fan, the community of san diego, and the chargers for a career of a lifetime. without you, he would not have become the player he was, and i thank you as well. it is his passion and heart that make him truly legendary and deserving of this honor, and i would just like to thank my family and everyone else through this process. dad, i miss you and love you. congratulations, you made it! >> that's your look at sports, and i'm laura behnke. >> i always tear up when a child is talking about their
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parent who passed away. >> he got his moment. >> yes in deed, through his daughter. rallies are planned across the country today to remember the 1-year anniversary death of mike brown. i'm darla miles with the full report coming up. >> thank you, darla, and also condolences pouring to honor the life of sean price, dead at 43 years old. an alligator attacks a woman in a florida river, pulling her into the water over and over again, and then biting off a limb. we will have the tragic story coming up. i'm meteorologist amy freeze, good sunday morning to you. another gorgeous day in front of us. the sun came up, looking spectacular this morning. currently temperature in the boroughs, upper 60s to lower
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70s, and no reason we can't get back into the mid-80s. calling it a 9. nearly as
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perfect as look at that. >> that's lovely. >> straight out of a postcard, just like that, it changes. looking great out there. look together river. if you liked yesterday, you're going to love today. it's a perfect summer day, sunny, warm, and gorgeous across the tri-state. thank you for being with us, everybody. good morning, again, i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm toni yates in for michelle charlesworth. welcome back to eyewitness news sunday morning. >> it makes you want to run outside or play in the park. >> i would walk blocks and blocks and blocks in the city. >> yes! it felt so good! >> it feels good! and amy we thank you so much for a perfect weekend. >> you're welcome.
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we did a big hike yesterday with a group of friends that we went up to the putnam, dutchess line, the breakneck ridge hike. brittany? brittany was here. i don't know where she is right now. she went along. >> i feel so inadequate when you tell me about what you have done. >> the entire hike i kept saying tony and rob could handle this. >> she said you said could tony and rob handle this? >> i did pose it as a question a few times, but then i solidified my belief you could have done it. >> 1300 feet? >> we went up to 1280 feet. >> rock climbing?
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>> there were rock scrambles and so on and so forth. >> i could try that. >> i really think you could. the invitation is always open, and it's out there for you. >> send mine as a postcard. [ laughter ] 68 in central park right now, and another beauty no outdoors today. the sky is looking nice and the humidity remaples low, and we will start to increase it a bit from yesterday. approaching monday afternoon, it will be sticky again, and looking at the numbers across the area, everyone in the 60s to near 70 degrees, and no storms in the area right now, and we are cloud free for a lot of spots, and the clouds are through the afternoon. the planning forecast through this. the 9:00 hour, by noon, 79 degrees, and then we have 82 degrees by 3:00, and then we could hit the high of 85, and yesterday's high temperature in central park, the 82-degree
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mark, and in a few minutes, some strong storms, heavy rain, and wind coming our way, and that's on tuesday. i will have details on the accuweather forecast. >> amy, thank you so much. today marks the 1 year anniversary of the death of mike brown. the unarmed teenager killed in ferguson, missouri. several events are planned to commemorate his death. darla miles is now live. >> reporter: mike brown sr. is calling for drama and no stupidity as marchs are planned around the country. there was a protest last night in ferguson, outside of the police department there, and hundreds of people showed up, but some mocked the officers on duty, but for the most part, there were no clashes. earlier on sunday, mike brown sr. led a 5-mile parade on
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ferguson, and it started where his son was shot and killed. >> we have to stand together as people, and once we do that, hopefully we can just go forward after that i'm just hoping for some kind of a change. >> reporter: mike brown will have another march today, and there will be a moment of silence for the moment his son n was killed, and here at the barclays center, there's a major rally planned for noon. darla miles, channel 7 eyewitness news. the faa is on the scene upstate new york after four people died in a plane crash
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around 6:30 last night around the adarondeck theater. sean price has unexpectedly died. a memorial is growing outside of his home. the cause of his death is still unknown. he was married with three children, and other local hip hop artists are offering their condolences to his family. ''sean price went from being a childhood hero of mine to a great friend. he was the most competitive emcee i ever met and kept me on my game." police in the bronx are hoping a surveillance video will help them find a man in a groping incident. a 13-year-old boy was walking on tuesday afternoon, and they said he lured the boy to seton hills park saying he was going to pay him to carry some bags,
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but instead he groped the child. the national parks department says based on track at the scene it appears an adult female grizzly and a cub likely attacked a man. their tracks were found around his body. the area is now closed. a florida woman lost part of her arm in an alligator attack. it happened yesterday afternoon, swimming in a river 15 miles north of orlando. the woman felt something grab her arm, and she was pulled under the water. nearby kayakers hit the woman with a paddle, and she was taken to the hospital for surgery. troopers are still looking for the alligator. the yellow sludge has now reached new mexico from a gold mine in colorado.
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wednesday a federal cleanup crew accidently breeched a dam. the river was turned the yellow, orange color you can see there. there's dangerous metals and arsenic. people are being told to stay away from the water. french military photos showing the search from the air for more possible pieces of malaysia airlines flight 370. the search is concentrated on and around the island where part of the wing was found just last week. malaysian officials say the records match and prove it's part of the missing jetliner. it disappeared in march 2014 with 239 people on board. still a mystery of exactly why it went down, and some kind of malfunction or explosion? they don't know in the least. it's weird delayed closure for the families. they finally know it did go down. >> and they are beginning to
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find the pieces, and they are trying to give closure. >> 17 months later. coming up on this morning a rally held by bernie sanders was shut down when black live matters protest eres jumped the stage demanding to be music: "thunder clatter" by wild cub
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welcome back. some new yorkers are head out west to help with the california wild fires. 20 employees will join those people who are already out there battling the two dozen fires burning across the state. they will stay for about 2 weeks, and meanwhile, cooler weather is helping crews make progress with the rocky fire which is what they are calling it. it's scorched 70,000-acres and
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dozens of homes lost. not just scorched, but gone. burned right to the ground. >> it's well over double the type of fire activity they are having out there like times what the normal is or what they had compared to last year. >> awful. >> absolutely. >> around here, hardly a weather worry. what a weekend to get this in august, and we have temperatures easy to take, and lower hued any, very manageable, and humidity will be the thing today. sunday, a beautiful blue sky, and a lot of sun glistening across manhattan, all the way down to the battery, and we can see 1 world trade, and we are picking up the numbers, 68% humidity. and yesterday's high was 82 degrees, and a few degrees shy of the normal. we can get back there easily with mid-80s this afternoon.
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we are warmer in poughkeepsie and white plains, monticello, a cool 55 overnight. temperatures low 60s, and what a beautiful weekend for the beaches across the area, and it's another nice day. you may feel it in the late afternoon, and it's muggier tomorrow, and we will be tracking the storm coming in late on monday, and it's dry for most of the daylight hours as we will start out monday and the showers are moving in late monday into tuesday, and it will brent a flooding thread for the area. a lot of water coming in early on tuesday morning through the midday hours. looking good. the temperatures will soar low to mid-80s, and there's a forecast high of 85 today in the city and in the boroughs, and inland places could be a degree or two warmer, and slightly cooler for the shore locations and the high elevations. mid-80s today, and tomorrow, more humid. we are tracking this front
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ahead of the next storm system coming n and the front will come from the south, and that will bring the humidity and also more cloudiness to us before the storm will reach us late monday night into tuesday, and the futurecast confirms the weather pattern information we are getting as far as how much rain and when it arrives. notice early on in the afternoon, a spotty shower cannot be ruled out north and west this is the line here with the oranges and yellows indicating the heavy rain is late monday into tuesday, and it's lingering through the lunch hour with the possibility of strong winds. the storm system does not get out of here until 10:00 or 11:00 when it clears the fork of long island. until then, the threat of a lot of water in a short period of time. that's monday night into tuesday. the rest of the weekend, beaching or boating, it looks good. the sea and sand forecast, 10 miles an hour. waves up to 3 feet, and there's a moderate rip current risk,
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and if you're in the water today, check with life guards. high clouds, but it's nice. tonight the overnight low to 65. it's been cool the last couple of nights, and then it's more humid tomorrow, and the showers are coming in at night and the temperatures are the low 80s, and by tuesday, i don't think we are out of the 70s. that's the cloud coverage we have, and the storms will prevent a lot of sun from warming us up. during the daylight hours, we are below 80 degrees. wednesday, clouds and sunshine, and then we will push the numbers mid-80s to upper 80s, potentially 90 by august. i love this but no complaints. really, really catching a break. this weekend. >> oh, the rain is supposed to be good luck. >> everyone changes it for whatever. >> you know worry-free, that's what i like. you don't have to stress over what is happening for your outdoor plans.
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>> i will think about you all the way as i drive to the beach today with the windows down. >> thank you, amy. >> coming up on this eyewitness news sunday morning a special tribute this morning, the daughter of junior seau. it was touching. his daughter spoke out at the hall of fame last night. we will have that later in the show, but first the community calendar. >> jewish children's museum with summer safety with the interactive exhibits of the road. 6th avenue will have the celebration of the 2015 dominican day parade. the theme this year is centered on educational and economic empowerment. keep your busy bees busy at the kids fest at the hilton long island. the indoor festival has activities ranging from face painting to bounce houses.
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the middlesex county fair has something for everyone. animals and agricultural exhibits to thrilling rides and a ton of free entertainment. in the bronx, the 2015 annual summer street theater tour presents teach it right or write to teach, a compelling musical on the issues facing public school education. for more information on these events come to sesame place before little kids become, big kids. before dress up, turns to make-up. and tag becomes, hashtag. it's time to celebrate our 35th birthday, with our new neighborhood birthday party parade. come to the only place, that makes little hearts race. save $10 on admission and get a free second visit at sesameplace.com sesame place go before they grow.
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patients recently rated their care experience at over 3,500 hospitals nationwide in a survey conducted for the centers for medicare and medicaid. only seven percent received five stars. including four of ours. learn more at cancercenter.com here's a story that thousands of you commented on on our facebook page. target will no longer have boys and girls sections. the chain is removing gender labels for toys and bedding sections after customers complained about the gender stereotyping. signs designating items for
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boys or girls will be taken down, but the gender labels will remain in the kid clothing section because of sizing and differences. if you want to add your 2 cents, feel free. you can go to our facebook page and tell us what you think about the the changes. we told you about the story in sports, and we want to tell you more about it. an emotional ceremony last night in ohio where junior seau was posthumously inducted into the profootball hall of fame. he took his own life 3 years ago at the age of 43, likely because of the brain damage he had suffered because of a long career on the field. his children were given a bronze bust commemorating his life. his daughter thanked fans remembering her dad. >> his talent was extraordinary enough to make it into the hall, but it's his passion and
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heart that make him truly legendary and deserving of the tremendous honor. >> after his death seau's family filed a wrongful death lawsuit saying he suffered brain damage from his years playing football. he was selected on his first year. not to be too grim, they said when he killed himself he shot himself in his chest, not in his head, so his brain could be studied. that's why it was such a big story 3 years ago obviously an emotional moment considering his career. >> his children spoke very well. >> that's the highest tribute. >> uh-uh. politics now, bernie sanders visited seattle, washington, for his first campaign appearance in the pacific northwest. >> but the group black lives matter quickly shut down his rally. reporter kristin drew with the
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story from west lake park. >> with your support. >> reporter: senator bernie sanders took the stage to talk about social security and medicare. >> the most progressive cities in the united states of america. >> reporter: protesters from the black lives matter group hijacked the event. >> if you do not -- this event will be shut downright now. >> reporter: despite the boos from the crowd, the organizers from the social security event allowed the protest. >> i don't know why they let her keep going like this. >> reporter: the woman spoke for 15 minutes about the the american community. >> are fully supportive of the black lives matter group. >> why are you still talking? >> reporter: at one point they supremacist liberals. >> i was going to tell bernie how racist the city is, but you
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already did it for me, thank you. >> reporter: senator sanders stood on the side of stage, and eventually the organizers got up and said the event is done, and sanders never spoke. when the senator tried to speak, the woman from the black lives matter group confronted him. >> i don't think they thought i gave hem the right to speak for everything was a mess. >> reporter: the senator then shook hands with people and walked through the crowd okay. a moment of silence marked in japan marking the moment
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that a nuclear bomb was dropped it prompted japan to surrender during world war ii. when we come back, neighborhood eats. but first we have to go to the dogs. >> that's right, get your paws up. kerry donna sent that one in look the like you're down the shore, having fun. cup cake in the backyard. i love it. good morning to you genevieve. lola is working with her hat on. thank you, lisa, for sending that in. hash tag them.
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welcome back, everybody. you may not expect to find exotic chinese food in hamilton highs, but the owner was craving the food he grew up on, and he opened up the hand pulled noodle. ndhamilton island. >> ellis island was my here. >> reporter: he was underwelmed by the food officers.
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>> reporter: he took the chance with the cafe of the chip cup in 2012. the hand pulled noodle is his newest adventure, a couple of doors south on broadway. >> i feel like it's original. there's nothing like it in the area, and it's really affordable. >> it's great food, and it's completely authentic and delicious. >> reporter: the food here is the kind you would find in northwest china, where andrew was born. >> northwest china's cuisine benefits from the proximity to the central asian countries that surround it. one of the biggest draws, the hand pulled noodles, made for each and everiered. and they are served a variety of ways often with lamb, and there's dumplings and salad including the cucumber and woodier, and it's a type of fungus. >> customers try it, and they love it.
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>> reporter: the dried woodier soaks overnight to get the right texture, and the vinegarette gets a boost. >> i will go and get a drink and just relax. it's nice to have the amenities here. >> looks good to me! i'm ready. in the next hour of eyewitness news this sunday morning, it was, of course a death that sparked months of unrest and rally across the country. today marks the 1-year anniversary of michael brown who was shot by a police officer, and there's events in our area marking the anniversary. also a developing story in queens where flames spread from one home to another. injuries reported. and of course we are in the middle of the glorious weekend, and amy will let us know how long. don't be fooled by that picture. it's much better.
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developing this morning, two teenagers are in the shop after being shot and police are searching for the suspect. officials say the legionnaires' disease is contained while they are working to disinfect all the cooling tower in the bronx. today marks one year since michael brown was shot and killed in missouri sparking months of unrest across the country. a live shot up the hudson river, and it doesn't get much better than that.
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a full, sunny day. >> it looks like that, and you just want to get out of the car and just walk. you want to savor every minute of the weather when it's that beautiful. >> new yorkers are just nicer when the weather is nice. it's a whole different vibe this time of the year. i love it. >> we need to make it last. >> yes! good morning, i'm toni yates in for michelle charlesworth. >> and i'm rob nelson. welcome to the second half of a gorgeous weekend. amy freeze, thank you for that. >> i'm jealous of you, amy. >> it was so nice. rob, tony, you both would be into this. even rob, with your stubbornness, on the putnam, dutchess county line, medium to difficult line.
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and the trails will tell you about the hiking up there. >> i want to go with you guys before the next time i go. >> you are totally in. >> i will meet you at the after party. that's how i roll. >> everyone else who is game for the adventure, here's what you got today a beautiful, beautiful sky in front of you. right now, 69 in central park, and low humidity again today, and it will be slightly increased tomorrow, and muggies are back, and the great feel to the atmosphere, and enjoying it at 71 degrees, and definitely the warmest spot on the map. it's at 57, and a few degrees warmer than yesterday, and as we get into the afternoon, plenty of sunshine, and then plenty left for the second half of the weekend. mid-80s is what we are expecting. lots of sunshine, and there's a few clouds, and forecasting in new york today.
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high of 85, down the shores to the higher elevations and a few degrees cooler, and the accuweather forecast, the weather alert on tuesday, and a lot of showers and storms, and the details on that and much more on the accuweather forecast. thank you, and developing right now, two teenagers are recovering after being shot in riverside park near 158th street. part of the west side highway was shut down in both directions as police search the area. the victim is a 19-year-old girl and 19-year-old both were seriously hurt, but they are expected to be okay. no arrests have been made. in queens, two homes have been dadly damaged after a fast- moving fire. 130 firefighters responded after flames broke out on 52nd avenue. the flames quickly spread to the house next door, and it took about an hour and a half to get the fire under control,
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and three people are being treated for minor injuries. and right now a man is in custody after eight people were found dead inside of a home in texas this is breaking news this morning, and police say five other victims are children. the suspect was arrested last night after a s.w.a.t. team was called to a home outside of houston for an active shooter. police say the 49-year-old man surrendered after shooting at police. violence. the exact ages and relationships of the victims are not known right now, but, of course, we will follow any other details throughout the morning. back here in our area today, activists will gather in new york city and across the country to market first anniversary of the death of michael brown. >> a teenager who was unarmed when he was shot by a white police officer in ferguson, missouri. the situation gave rise to the black lives matter movement. >> darla miles is live outside of the barclays center in
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brooklyn, and that's where the today. good morning, darla. >> reporter: this is a number of rallies planned across the country today to remember the teen's death. mike brown senior led the parade of 100 people through ferguson yesterday, beginning on the street where his son was shot and killed by former police officer darren wilson. they walked for 5 miles to brown's former high school, and later in the evening, hundreds of protesters made their way to the ferguson police department. there were no clashes, but some of the protesters taunted the police officers on duty. >> my son opened up doors and lives for other families, you know, but the hurt and the loss lost. now brown's death sparked several weeks of civil unrest f
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you remember from last year. there were riots, lootings and fires, and it sparked the hands up, don't shoot movement and black lives movement against police brutality, and in fact the parade that was held there today was along the street where the businesses were burned last year. the rally will begin here at the barclays center at noon, and mike brown sr. is calling for no drama or stupidity. darla miles, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> the hands up never forgive, never forget rally will be held in union square, set for 4:00. protesters will show their solidarity with michael brown and the people of ferguson who took to the streets in the wake of his death. the fbi has been asked to investigate a deadly police
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shooting in texas that killed a college football player. christian taylor crashed into a car dealership in arlington on friday, and responding officers said taylor refused to surrender and tried to leave the scene. one of the officers opened fire, shooting taylor who was an anglo state university student. he was unarmed and died a short time later, and the officer is on administrative leave. the police in washington, dc, are investigating after officers shot a woman they say was holding a knife at the scene of a fire. it was 9 miles from the white house, and investigators said police and firefighters were responding to a fire when police learned of a woman with a knife. police told her to drop it before they shot her. the health department is working around the clock to finish disinfecting all cooling towers in the bronx and the city says there's been no new cases of legionnaires' disease
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in 5 days, and they are calling it contained. that's after five sights tests positive for the bacteria. the city had to figure out where each cooling tower in the bronx was locations. it's a process that has never been done before, and it took a lot of work. >> we have used aviation, goggle earth and a variety of methodologies to have to canvass part of the city that we have never had to look for before. >> that's on the department of buildings. they should have records of what each building has. >> reporter: governor cuomo and a team of inspectors are going through the bronx, testing cooling towers, and it will take a week to test the samples. 108 people have contracted legionnaires' in the bronx, and ten of the patients did not survive.
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mayor de blasio and governor cuomo will be taking part in the dominican day parade it will, of course, celebrate the dominican republic's independence day. perfect day for it, too. >> beautiful parade. >> so much fun out there. >> beautiful parade! coming up on this sunday morning, a destructive and deadly typhoon moves for one nation to another, and now as you can imagine a major cleanup is underway as well as a search for the people who are missing. back in our area here, meteorologist amy freeze returning with the accuweather forecast, and it's been a beautiful weekend so far. lower manhattan from the cameras in brooklyn, and it's
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there's nearly 2 dozen people dead or missing as a powerful storm hits the mainland of china the typhoon has been downgraded after making land fall late yesterday. the storm triggered mud slides and destroyed dozens of homes. millions of folks have lost power. 370,000 people have been evacuated from their homes, and it's just a massive, massive effort. >> also, crews are working to clean up the damage and destruction behind when a storm hit taiwan. at least 5 people have been killed in the storm, including twin 8-year-old girls and their mother all of those ladies were swept out to sea by high surf. >> how do you recover? that's just so much as a country. how do you even begin to recover?
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>> it was a monster storm, and it affected a large geography, and then there were a lot of people affected. the tropical storm will have effects that they will fill inland, heavy winds, damage, and that kind of a thing. it makes the rescue efforts even harder, comparing it to katrina, and it's very, very big and powerful. >> very scary. >> thoughts and prayers for all of those. this weekend, it's been kind of flawless outside. yesterday it was really fantastic, and the high was 82 degrees, it's a degree or two shy of where our average is this year. starting with beautiful skies, and sunshine, and taking over all the way down into the battery, and we can see one world trade, there's a few high, thin clouds expected this morning, and currently 69 in
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central park, and 65 for white plains, and 66 in montauk, and low 60s down the jersey shore and belmar. we have monticello at 57 degrees, and typically they are not cool. different elevation, and a little bit of a change in the atmosphere there, and the last couple of nights, the northern locations dipping into the northern 50s, and it's been cool to look at the readings overnight because of the clear skies, and a lot of people headed down the shore to go to the beaches, and first checking the water temperatures here, the buoy just off the island here. we have 73 degrees off of manhattan, and it's a warm temperature, and sandy hook buoy reading 75 degrees, and then we go off long island to check the buoys here out further, and it's 7 3, the northeast wind at 20 miles an hour. the waters have been choppy.
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wave heights going up to 4 or 5 feet. the sea and sand forecast, northeast winds 10 miles an hour. late this evening a, waves 1-3 feet. the forecasted temperatures through the evening hours and the rip current risk is moderate for today, and so, this is a gorgeous weekend for us, not only is it 85, but with the low humidity, it's bearable and easy to take with the temperatures s by tomorrow, the mat earn changes, and our temperatures will be a little less because of more cloud coverage tomorrow, and we will wait for this storm from the west, and right now, the computer models are printing out a lot of water basically, and the timing on this is not during the day on monday and the clouds will increase, and it could be a spotty shower late this afternoon, but it's really after 11:00 the showers will get going, and yellows and oranges indicating it's a wide area with a lot of water, and rain will continue through the
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midday hours and also oranges and yellows showing up on the map. family at -- finally at 11, it will clear up the winds, and you can get the picture there. prepare yourself for that. if you have plans you might want to adjust accordingly. showers at night tomorrow, rain during the night on tuesday and the accuweather forecast, also keeping us at 78 degrees on tuesday afternoon, and 83 on wednesday, and the recovery into the low 80s, middle part of the week, and more hide mity expected. we could be back to near 90 on saturday. wow! that's impressive. a lot of people down the shore, headed to long island this weekend, and so that even makes it better when the weather in manhattan is fantastic, and there's less people. they all ran away, and we are left here with the city and fantastic weather.
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>> it's manageable. >> i love it. >> it's a more magical place, and that's a perk to it. that is nice for those of you who don't leave. it's nice. less jungle-like. >> a little spoiled. >> thank you, amy. straight ahead on this sunday morning, an outcry in one kentucky community because of the way a law enforcement officer restrained an 8-year- old boy. you can see it in the picture. why the officer is defending what he did. also in sports this morning, the mets try the spinning pinwheel of death. the disappearing wi-fi icon. the frozen download bar. you don't need a magician to fix these things. you need fios internet. get fios 50 meg internet, tv and phone now for $79.99 a month, price guaranteed for 2 years.
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welcome back. u.s. military officials say an american soldier has been
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killed after a series of attacks in afghanistan. a candle light vigil was held after several were left dead and many more hurt. the taliban is claiming responsibility for bombings. passengers flying norway to greece were delayed for 4 hours after their pilot and crew members were arrested. according to the norwegian police, they were accused of plane. the spokesperson for the airline says the crew members tests. >> a kentucky sheriff's office is defending an officer caught on video handcuffing an 8-year- old boy. >> it happened at an elementary school, and the aclu says kevin sumner acted illegally putting the handcuffs on the elementary
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school student it happened after the school said the young boy, who has adhd was acting violently, and many parents believe the officer went too far. >> i would withdraw my child and do home school. >> it teaches responsibility to calm the child down. >> the school asked for an independent investigation by the sheriff's department, and the school's safety officer was well within his rights to handcuff the 8-year-old boy saying it was done to keep the child from injuring himself or others. >> let the debate tonight. >> i'm a mama. hmmmmmmm. >> that's all i'm gonna say. >> i imagine parents will have a strong reaction either way to that one. >> let's lighten the mood
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i'm okay. >> calming down, and sports will do wonders. >> it's 7:24, and it's time for all the morning sports headlines. >> that's right, here's laura behnke. >> reporter: good morning, everyone. there's something about the mets these days. the amazings are once again living up to their nickname, reality. last night going for their eighth straight win. syndergaard on the ground in tampa, and the mets start off on the right note, and syndergaard, and the ball is gone. 3-1 after 1, and he didn't exactly have his best stuff. the rays back in it. sizemore, the 3-run shot, and
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2nd inning, the rays on top, and granderson going to work, and second of the game, all tied up. in the '9, trouble here, and longoria with the infield single, and the mets go quietly from there. the streak is over, and the division lead is now at 1.5. it wasn't long ago the yankees had the largest division lead in baseball, and since the trade deadline, things have changed rather quickly thanks to the bluejays, making the charge for the playoff drought. the pitcher's dual early, between nova and price. nova with the most pitches since his 102. he struck out 6, and he ran into trouble on the 6th. slam until now. 4-0, jays, and price was dealing in his first road start as a jay, and then just for the insurance, toronto going long
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again, and this time troy tulowitzki doing the honors, solo jack? 2.5 back. the pro football hall of fame is now 8 people stronger as haleigh, brown, shields, wolf, and poley took their rightful spots, and then the final member? the late junior seau, who took his life in 2012, but last night he was remembered by his four children including his daughter sydney for his kindness for all he knew. >> he would thank every team, teammate, fan, the community of san diego, and the chargers for a core of a lifetime. you guys are everything to him. without you, he wouldn't have become the player he was. i thank you as well it is his passion and heart truly legendary and this tremendous honor.
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i would like to thank my family and everyone for their support throughout this entire process. dad, i love you and miss you. congratulations, you made it. >> i'm laura behnke, and we will be back with you again tonight at 6:00. >> very beautiful tribute. much more ahead on this sunday morning, including a look another top stories. >> reporter: no drama and no stupidity. mike brown sr. calling for a peace as the nation remembers the 1-year anniversary of his son's death.
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welcome back to eyewitness news. you're looking at lower manhattan and beautiful skies on this sunday morning, august 9th, and the second part of a wonderful weekend in the city, and the shore, and the mountains, and poconos, and
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wherever you want to go. this is the weekend to do it. good morning, i'm. i'm toni yates in for michelle charlesworth. >> and the meadows and prairies, anywhere you like to be. >> you like climbing mountains, and i wouldn't go that far. >> i like to soak it all in. >> that's not bad at all. good morning, again, thank you for being with us. i'm rob nelson, and a quick check with amy freeze on the near perfect day. yesterday was a 10, and today a 9, but for most people, it's been a perfect 10 kind of weekend. you're just tough to please. >> well, yeah, and the fact it has to come to an end, that got me bummed out so i took it down a notch. [ laughter ] i will be talking about the workweek changes, and plans are a go for the rest of the weekend. that's the number one thing you need to know it's are a el i
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will just as nice as it was yesterday, and maybe a few degrees warmer, slight increase in humidity, nothing to complain about, currently at 69. the coolest spot on map is monticello. 71 for newark, and temperatures will climb quickly. low to mid-80s today, and another nice day. mentioning the humidity increase, and it's muggier on monday, and it will be dry during most of the day on monday, and then we are tracking the storm that will present a flooding threat. a lot of water over a short amount of time, and it will be heavy downpours, strong winds expected according to the computer models this morning, and the timing again is late monday after coming in on tuesday, continuing through much of the day. right now, no showers expected for the rest of the weekend. beautiful afternoon with the high in front of us at 85. more storms for the accuweather rob?
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>> amy, thank you very much. his death led to the black lives matter movement and prompted riots and rallies across the country. one year ago a police officer shot and killed unarmed teenager michael brown, and this took place in ferguson, missouri, and today there will be demonstrations across the country including here in our area, and darla miles is live at barclays center in downtown brooklyn, the scene of one of hi, darla. >> reporter: [ inaudible ] -- >> we are having technical problems with carr -- darla, and we will be back with her report. we will get that cleared up. three people are hurt after a fire in suffolk county. the fire was just after 2:00 this morning. firefighters worked to get the fire under control, and they say the house was gutted by the flames by the time they were
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able to get it out. the three victims are treated at stony brook medical center, and the cause is under investigation. sean price has died unexpectedly. his representative said the 43- year-old died at his home early saturday morning. the cause of his death is still unknown. he was married with three children. a vermont mother is accused of killing four people after losing custody of her daughter. police discovered three of the suspect's relatives dead inside of a home after she shot and killed the social worker involved in her daughter's custody case. the 40-year-old is now charged with first-degree murder, and her 9-year-old daughter is now in the custody of the state. in north investigation is underway into
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a shooting that left two men dead and two police officers hurt. it was just outside of charlotte around 9:00 last night. it's unclear who the shooter was, but police officers are expected to recover. police have identified two suspects accused in a series of rapes and are robberies. 31-year-old isaiah rivera and 26-year-old joey cruz attacked three women. they met the victims online and arranged a meeting and then raped and robbed them. one of the attacks was in the south bronx in june. two were in manhattan last week. a third suspect was arrested on friday. some new yorkers are headed out west to help with the wild fires raging in california, and governor cuomo announced that 20 employees and volunteers for the state's department of environmental conservation will join all the people out there battling the two dozen fires burning across the state of california, and they are going to stay for about 2 weeks, meanwhile, cooler weather is
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helping the crews out there make progress against the rocky fire, which is what they are calling it. it's scorched 70,000-acres and burned to the ground dozens of homes. let's turn to the brighter side of life, shall we? there's still time this summer to plan a vacation, and in fact you can find last-minute deals, and you do have to be careful. a little planning could save you big headaches, and 7 on your side's nina pineda with advice. >> i think the americans have the tendency to overspend. >> reporter: vacationers tend to overshoot their budgets by 20%. >> you want to try to have a separate account for your vacation fund issue even -- sunday, even if it's just a little savings account so you don't charge it on your card. >> reporter: but it could help your budget. use or lose your points before they expire.
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welcome back. it's 7:40. you will find all sorts of things in the subways, but skunks? a transit worker and nypd officer rescued two baby skunks that made their way to the
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subway station last weekend. the city's parks department says skunks are native to new york and part of the city's rob. >> maybe they don't spray until they are more mature, so there was no risk of -- >> exactly. >> i don't know that, but i just hope it. that's what i'm hoping. >> and find out. you don't want to go near a skunk because if it's scared in any way it will spray, but perhaps that has to do with maturity. >> can you call jack hanna? i want to know if that's true. >> i want to know if they saved the babies, and don't anger the twitters. they sprayed the subway in castle hill, and that will be bad for weeks. they are saving us.
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>> save us from this conversation. >> with the women. >> tony has a pet skunk. >> 69 degrees, and it's blue skies out there, and looking down to lower manhattan, we will see one world trade, and i love the shot this morning, it's glistening on the empire state building. it's fantastic, and 65% humidity, and winds are calm right now, pressure is holding steady, and the second half of the weekend, just as good as the first. sadly it has to end at some there. our temperatures could be a degree or two warmer. 72degrees, and that's the warmest on the map. sunny skies overhead, and it's another nice day, and it will turn muggy on monday, and then really setting the stage here for storms coming in that will present a flooding threat into tuesday, and so right now there's hardly anything on the accutrack, and you have to hunt
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for the clouds, and this is the storm system that is coming in the storm system sweeping through the midwest, including through chicago, and there's a system from the south as well, bringing more humidity into the atmosphere. sun and clouds, and tomorrow, it's more humid. the storm will get closer to us and stall during the day today, and taking its own sweet time, making it over pennsylvania into our area, and the futurecast is calling for a spotty shower north and west and late afternoon tomorrow. then the bulk of the storm, the most rain fall that we are beginning to be getting will come early tuesday morning, and the yellows and oranges indicated here. heavy rain could continue into the afternoon into the commute before it finally pushes to the east. by noon on tuesday, we have soaking rain across the area, and then we could see an inch
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to 2-inch the of rain fall. that's not only nuisance flooding, but we have to watch and see how quickly it comes down across the area. tonight, temperatures down to the upper 60s, and even in the city, and then tomorrow, back into the low 80s, and we are also tracking the storm, and it's humid during the afternoon, and you don't need your umbrella to until late at night, and if you're headed out of the door, looks like we are fine during the day, and it's not until the evening where we will actually see the showers on monday. stormy conditions also windy conditions on tuesday, and both, both elements is what we will be watching for. 85 on friday, and 89 on saturday, and a lot of people hitting the beaches and doing boating and in the water, the oceans and rivers across the area, the winds will be less today than they were. the water will not be as choppy. waves 2-3 feet by mid- afternoon, instead of the up to
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5 feet like we had yesterday with the boating. water temperatures into the water, the shoreline, the buoys closest to us, reading 74 or 75 degrees, and so, it's -- you know, it's hot on the sand, and you want to get in and cool off. it's very inviting. check with the life guards. moderate rip current risk today. >> 74 is that comfortable to you? >> i enjoy the water out of my faucet for a bath. other than that, i don't risk myself. i have to say. >> i'm the same way. >> once you jump in, your body temperature will cool down, and it feels normal. >> i wouldn't know that feeling. >> i don't compute what you're saying. >> perfect. >> we beach lovers know that's what happens. >> i'll be at beach. 10:00i'm rolling out of here. i will report back to you. today's channel 7 community calendar featuring the remix in
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honor of my coworker, it's a stirring, soulful remix of the song "feels good" by tony, tony, tony. >> all right! [ laughter ] the jewish children's museum teaches summer safety with interactive exhibits about the rules of the road. 6th avenue transforms into the island of espanola. this year's doe min can parade theme is centered on economic empowerment. keep your busy bees busy at the hilton long island. this indoor festival has activities ranging from bounce houses to face painting. everything from animals to agricultural exhibits and a ton of free entertainment. in the bronx, 2015 annual summer street theater tour, presenting teach is right or write to teach.
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here's a story that thousands of you commented on. target stores will no longer have boys and girls sections in the stores thatry removing gender labels for toys and bedding sections after customers complained about stereotyping. some signs for girls and boys will be taken down. they will remain in the kids clothing section because of sizing and fit differences says target, and if you want to chime in on the story, go to our facebook page and tell us what you think about the changes. a family from tennessee traveled across several states
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to be reunited with a dog they thought was gone forever. >> that's after they spent nearly a decade searching for him. [ laughter ] boozer the boxer was traced back to his original family with his microchip. veterinarians looked at it when he was dropped off by a man who said he could no longer take care of the dog. it turns out he was taken from a tennessee family's home when he was just 8 months old, and it looks like he remembers them. >> that's impressive, you know, oh, that's so cool. >> amy freeze, you have to do some work to top that of this big dog sunday. >> i know, it was so good. the microchips, they bring the heart warming stories reunited the pets with the family. >> my dogs have them. >> so important.
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>> and your skunk. get your paws up. a few dogs to share with you this morning this is via twitter, and this is sugar on the beach. a little sand with your sugar this morning, and we have cup cake hanging out, probably in the backyard. i don't know. a picnic pavilion or something, and we have lola doing work. can't a dog catch a break? it's big dog sunday, and hash tag them.
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i would love to see your coming up in a few minutes, good morning america's weekend edition. harris. great to be with you, and here's what is coming up on gma at the height of summer tour season. there's a killer bear on the loose. a missing hiker at yellowstone found dead, and they are hunting the grizzly who killed him. donald trump has parted ways with his long time political adviser after he found himself in hot water for his controversial comments about megyn kelly. the latest on the story this morning, and deadly police chases are happening all over america, putting suspects, police officers, and innocent bystanders at risk. are the days of the deadly
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pursuit coming to an end now? finally on a much lighter but albeit just as dangerous of a picture, why is this guy who is one of the world's richest men, why is he on top of a plane? sarah with that story for us. he is always entertaining, ladies and gentlemen. that's on good morning america. we will see you soon. >> i'm sure his life insurance policy is just fine. >> that is terror true. we will talk about it on the show. his wife is very supportive of this, go figure. >> she saw the policy! >> that says a lot that could be a long conversation there. >> you took that to a cynical place, but i love you for it. >> thank you, dan. [ laughter ] we are also following a developing story in texas right now where police are on the murder. five children and three adults were found dead late last night at a home outside of houston, and investigators said the suspect who was wanted on a
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warrant for assaulting a family member fired at s.w.a.t. steam officers who tried to get into the home, and afterwards the 49-year-old surrendered to police. we will keep an eye on that throughout the morning. there's events planned around the country today to mark the 1 year since the death of michael brown in ferguson, missouri. >> darla mimes has details on a local event at the barclays center. >> reporter: good morning, rob, the rally is planned for noon at the barclays center, one of many being held across the country today. michael brown sr. led a parade of 100 people in ferguson on saturday, and it began on the street where his son was shot and killed by the former ferguson police officer, darren wilson and went for 5-miles to brown's former high school, and this is the same street where many businesses were burned down last year with the rioting, but yesterday it was a
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different look and feel. police officers handed out popsicles, and there was even a marching band. today's rally will begin at noon, and the family is reminding everyone to stay peaceful. darla miles, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> all right, darla, thank you. also developing right now, three people are hurt after a fire burned through a home in suffolk county, and it started just after 2:00 this morning. firefighter worked to get the fire under control, but they said the house was gutted. the three victims are being treated at stony brook medical center and the cause is under investigation. two teenagers are recovering after being shot in riverside park, and it was just before 1:00 a.m. at 158th street. part of the west side highway was shut down in both directions as police search the area. the victim is a 19-year-old girl and 19-year-old boy. both are seriously hurt but expected to be okay. no arrest have been made. rob is headed to the shore today, and he's going to be in
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the traffic on the jersey turnpike. >> ugh! >> take the train. >> i thought about that, but pretty day? i like to drive. windows down, music up. >> fine, spend your day in the car. what are you going to do? >> i have a charity softball game on long island. >> reporter: are you going to take the train? >> no, i'm going to drive. >> i can't help you two. >> most people are coming back on sunday, and i'm leaving against the flow of traffic. >> no, listen. i drive the jersey turnpike, no! i'm telling you! >> reporter: whatever your plans are, i hope you get there quick because there's a lot of good weather to enjoy. absolutely gorgeous throughout the afternoon. 85 expected this afternoon. that's another beauty, adding a few degrees for what we had yesterday, and monday, some clouds are creeping in, and it will be humid, and then we are tracking storms late monday into tuesday. the accuweather forecast, tuesday is a real washout with drenching downpours, strong
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winds, and temperatures below 70 degrees. and wednesday, clouds to sunshine, 83, and 82 on thursday, and friday and saturday, temperatures will be pushing the middle to upper 80s, and big heads up today. the computer models have really be in sync, with the moisture for tuesday, you can enjoy today and tomorrow. you don't need your umbrella tomorrow. the rain will start late in the evening hours on monday and continue into the early morning of tuesday and much of the day is looking wet. >> much of the day? >> much of the day. i know you will be at shore, but it's a board walk day. umbrella bingo day. do they have that where you are going? >> i'm not going to a nursing home. >> no! they have indoor activities at some summer places. >> bingo is fun. >> shopping is fun. >> thank you, blanch, it's been

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